Question about 2002 Honda CR 250 R
Start at the handlebar end. loosen the 2 screws and slide off the throttle from the handle bar, wipe down the handle bar, and put a thin film of grease on it, then slide it back on, being sure not to slide it on all the way, about 1mm back, to prevent the handlegrip rubbing on the end of the bar. Next you need to lubricate the cable, this is best done from the top handlebar end, you need to take apart the cable housing, so you can spray some thin lubricant down the cable, such as WD-40, or you can even buy special cable lube. This will fix your problem im sure.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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